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Updated: 03/26/2014 08:00:02AM

Miners turning baseball season around

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Frostproof's Marcus Bob turns out of the way of this close pitch as Fort Meade catcher Brian Spradlin reaches for the ball during action in Fort Meade last Friday. The Bulldogs allowed just five hits, but got tagged with eight errors in falling, 17-7.

Frostproof's Juan Flores slides across home plate for one of the Bulldog's seven runs last Friday against Fort Meade.Frostproof had early leads of 2-0 and 6-3, but the Bulldog defense, however, wasn't sharp, as Frostproof fell 17-7.

Fort Meade first baseman Trey Porter stretches for a throw to try and nip Frostproof's Curt Barnes at first base. Porter had a two-run double as part of the Miner's eight-run second inning.

Cody Daniels slides hard into second to try and disrupt this double play throw from Frostproof's Juan Flores.

Frostproof's Marcus Bobb takes the throw in front of Fort Meade's Tobias Culpepper, who had a run scoring single in the Miner's big second inning in a 17-7 win. Frostproof managed just three hits, and the team's combined for 14 errors.

Chase Rowland dives back to first base as Frostproof's Bryce Smith takes the throw. Rowland's Fort Meade Miners took a 17-7 decision from the visiting Bulldogs last Friday.


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The Fort Meade Miners baseball team, once they got a taste of winning earlier this month with a 4-3 triumph over McKeel, followed that with two more wins including a 10-2 thrashing of the Lake Gibson Braves.

The Miners combined for 10 runs on eight hits highlighted by a 4-for-4 plate performance by DJ King as well as Glavin Harpe and Dan Watson silencing the Braves from the mound.

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